[CR]paraffin wax is not "Soft Paraffin Wax"


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Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2001 07:31:33 -0800
From: Lee Berg <lberg@ventoux.com>
To: classicrendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
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Subject: [CR]paraffin wax is not "Soft Paraffin Wax"

"Soft Paraffin Wax BP" (the original poster's recommendation) is a "white translucent jelly" that is used as a base (for delivering drugs) in ointments. ('BP' stands for 'British Pharmacopoeia'.) The paraffin used in canning is a solid at room temperature whereas 'soft paraffin waxy' is a 'jelly' at room temperature (melting temp. is <0 degrees C.).

More on "Soft Paraffin Wax BP" can be found here:

http://www.bilaurand.co.uk/MSDS.html

Lee Berg
Palo Alto, Calif.